Primitive Print Primitive Print is based on an ancient Asian printing tradition. Ink is applied directly on the subject – a fish or a plant – which is then pressed on a sheet of paper to create the picture. In Japan, this method - known as Gyotaku – has been long used to document the fishermen’s catch. - Teemu Järvi Illustrations Primitive Print Primitive Print is based on an ancient Asian printing tradition. Ink is applied directly on the subject – a fish or a plant – which is then pressed on a sheet of paper to create the picture. In Japan, this method - known as Gyotaku – has been long used to document the fishermen’s catch. - Teemu Järvi Illustrations Primitive Print Primitive Print is based on an ancient Asian printing tradition. Ink is applied directly on the subject – a fish or a plant – which is then pressed on a sheet of paper to create the picture. In Japan, this method - known as Gyotaku – has been long used to document the fishermen’s catch. - Teemu Järvi Illustrations Primitive Print Primitive Print is based on an ancient Asian printing tradition. Ink is applied directly on the subject – a fish or a plant – which is then pressed on a sheet of paper to create the picture. In Japan, this method - known as Gyotaku – has been long used to document the fishermen’s catch. - Teemu Järvi Illustrations

Primitive Print

Primitive Print is based on an ancient Asian printing tradition. Ink is applied directly on the subject – a fish or a plant – which is then pressed on a sheet of paper to create the picture. In Japan, this method - known as Gyotaku – has been long used to document the fishermen’s catch.

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